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A Great Storm
by Susan K. de Vegter
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We had a storm like this last night with over 1200 lightening strikes, I sure feel closer to Mother Nature when her passion is marching.


You sense when a great storm approaches
It rambles and shakes from the floor
Feels like horses stampeding
Just nature marching once more
The awesome drips that are speeding
Like bullets when rain hits the roof
Its hard to quiet your heartbeat
When drops are like horses hooves
They seem to be chasing their shadows
The shadows being the clouds
The darkness of forces approaching
Thunder that threatens...out loud
Flares of natures ambition
Feeding the earth with such force
Spears of light...ammunition
Threatening us all on her course
Marching like Sherman she broaches
The marshes that lead to the sea
Afterward calming her creatures
The animals, birds and then me
The calm after she leaves us
Its heaven smitten with greens
Limes and colors of emeralds
Washed over and smelling so clean.

2004 Susan K.de Vegter



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Reviewed by F William Broome
Terrific! I had not wondered before, but now, I dang well know what it's like to get YOU and Mother Nature together in the same storm!. Graphic beyond description... which you've taken care of, already!
- Bill
Reviewed by A PAX
Love you form, as always :)
my highest compliment to you
wish i wrote it!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Her passion and perhaps. her pain, truly seems to be on the march quite often these days. And this is quite a powerful piece, Susan.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
beautiful photo and description of a storm and its after affects
Reviewed by John Leko
Dyanmic light unfolding in visual pen...struck with thought beneath natures wing...with renewed calm.
great...
John
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
"Washed over and smelling so clean," is right, but it doesn't take us very long to become grimy again . . .
Reviewed by Ted Bossis
There I am right there in the theater {lovable}- Ted
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
I started getting goose bumps by the third line!
Took a minute after reading to go away.
Another picture perfect poem
Day after day
Doug
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Gawwrrr, i'd love to see such a sight, go out and be init. Had great storms in Texas, I'd dash out in, turning and singing, lol, the pilots and the crew room likes, thought I'd lost it, yet their wives somehow understood this mad english bloke...
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
I can smell this offering...because it is raining here and I can hear water dripping outside....!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Ooooooooooooh...I *LOVE* that pic: and the write: nature's power displayed! Excellent, Susan.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

Wish I'd written this...........a StormSpinner kinda write!
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Wow Susan you captured it well in your word painting, made me wish I had been there to share it with you...I love the stormy nights.
hugs
Fee
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
Your words sparked this storm in my minds eye...I am feeling it along with you..Wonderfully exhilarating poetry, Susan..
The beauty and magnitude of mother nature is awe inspiring to say the least!
Peace, Love, and Light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Susan~

You caught the energy of the storm very well in this write; very well done! BRAVA! Just hope you were inside with all that lightning afoot...NOT good if you weren't! 1,200 strikes an HOUR?? WOWWEE; that is some intense lightning!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
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